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Configuration management is term that is usually used to describe a declarative approach to systems, but a new generation of tools has emerged that take a different tact. By providing only the minimal scaffolding for writing scripts, it is possible to build configuration management that scale with the complexity of the environment. In this discussion we will consider three different architectures: Agent-Server, Gather-Fact, and Remote Execution.
For Zoom meeting details, email to rsvp AT lists.nycbug.org, and details will be sent on the day of the meeting. Q&A will be via IRC on libera.chat, channel #nycbug
Eric has administered BSD and Linux systems for 20 years, and has
supported applications using PostgreSQL for nearly as long. He is
usually most content when result of a test or deployment returns in two
or three seconds after typing